If raspberry canes develop powdery mildew, remove the canes down to the roots during the dormant season. Infected canes of berries and grapevines have distinctive weblike russetting. Remove infected prunings from the garden area and destroy them.
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:Last year, I planted a couple thousand varieties of wheat.
Burl Smith wrote:Two of these Wind Generators would give you 1000 watts both night and day in a 24 mph breeze. I'm a complete noob to these technologies also.
Ooops! One feedback comment isn't supportive of my wind speed estimate.
Not to mention that THE CONTROLLER IS RATED FOR 15 AMPS MAX OUTPUT. Meaning the wires aside, the generator is falsely advertised as 500W, which is the point of my first comment.
Gurkan Yeniceri wrote:Garlic, Tanacetum vulgare and Ruta graveolens are the companions but I am not sure about the guilds.
Paul Gutches wrote:Coupled with the note that nettles make a great companion to raspberries, and that raspberries tend to have shallow roots, it almost seems safe to say that raspberries are not fond of excess nitrogen.
Figuring... the chips will draw much of the shallow nitrogen down, and nettles are fairly heavy consumers of it.
paul wheaton wrote: Sawdust is best for raspberry. And it is the only plant where sawdust is best.